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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 11:22 am 
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 11:57 am 
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Main purpose ng clean-up is to reclaim Manila Bay... :shock:

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Grabe nalunod sa pampang? :shock:









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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 3:20 pm 
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Tullahan River needs immediate dredging —DENR exec


Gorgonio, Luis

An official of the Department of the Environment of Natural Resources insisted Thursday that the Tullahan River in Metro Manila, which empties into the Manila Bay, needs immediate cleanup and dredging.

DENR Undersecretary Jonas Leones, during an ocular inspection, saw for himself how the murky river has been rendered shallow by mud and mire from all sorts of solid waste materials from households and establishments along its banks, Super Radyo dzBB reported Friday.


Tullahan River, kailangan na ring isailalim sa rehabilitasyon, ayon sa @DENROfficial. | via @allangatus pic.twitter.com/PGeJqhUOko
— DZBB Super Radyo (@dzbb) February 8, 2019

Leones team's motor boat stalled several times in the river as its propeller got tangled in garbage, and at times its hull got stuck in mud and mire from garbage that settled on the river bed.

Tons of garbage have also made the river narrow and shallow, prompting Leones to suggest that the river needs to be dredged and cleaned as part of Manila Bay's rehabilitation project.

The Tullahan River is located north of Metro Manila, winding down some 15 kilometers from the La Mesa Dam in Quezon City, flowing through Malabon and Valenzuela areas before finally emptying into the Manila Bay. —

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Main purpose ng clean-up is to reclaim Manila Bay... :shock:





2013 issue na yung reclamation..


kung matuloy yan...


thank you bam



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sana magka totoo.. di hanggang drawing nalang..



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JABEZJ wrote:
Main purpose ng clean-up is to reclaim Manila Bay... :shock:





2013 issue na yung reclamation..


kung matuloy yan...


thank you bam



:lol: :lol: :lol:


Sen. Ping, pasok.......... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:03 am 
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Explain absence from Manila Bay meet, mayors told
Ghio Ong, Jose Rodel Clapano (The Philippine Star) - February 12, 2019 - 12:00am


MANILA, Philippines — The Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) will issue an order to have mayors who did not attend yesterday’s meeting on the rehabilitation of Manila Bay explain their absence, a source said yesterday.

The official, who requested anonymity since he is not authorized to speak on the issue, said four Metro Manila mayors were not at the meeting, held behind closed doors at the New World Manila Bay Hotel in Manila.

The DILG has yet to identify which of the mayors from nearby provinces were absent, the source added.

DILG Secretary Eduardo Año asked the 178 mayors who were expected to attend the meeting to pledge their “full support and cooperation” to rehabilitate Manila Bay.

“The secretary said that those who did not attend the meeting will be issued a show cause order. It was not, however, clear if the same order will be issued to the mayors who sent representatives to act on their behalf during the meeting,” the source said.

The source said that the DILG’s main concern in convening the 178 mayors is to come up with a unified action on how to address the liquid and solid waste management problem that contributed to the deterioration of the bay.

“Aside from seeking the support of the local government units, the DILG wants to identify the specific responsibilities of the local government units (LGUs) in the rehabilitation of Manila Bay and how to sustain its rehabilitation in the coming years,” the source said.

Mayors of towns and cities within the Manila Bay watershed area in the National Capital Region, Central Luzon and Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon) attended the forum.

Aside from the DILG, officials of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), the lead agency tasked to clean up Manila Bay, also attended the forum.

Año cited the writ of continuing mandamus issued by the Supreme Court (SC) on Dec. 18, 2008 ordering the DILG, DENR and 11 other agencies to rehabilitate Manila Bay.

To ensure compliance with the SC order, the DILG directed LGUs to do their parts in helping the government rehabilitate the bay.

Local officials who do not comply with the DILG directive may face an administrative charge of dereliction of duty before the Office of the Ombudsman, DILG spokesman Jonathan Malaya said.

The rehabilitation program, also called the “Battle for Manila Bay,” was launched on Jan. 27.

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DENR Undersecretary Sherwin Rigor said the coliform level at an area of the bay that receives waste from three outfalls – between the United States embassy and the Manila Yacht Club along Roxas Boulevard – significantly dropped since Jan. 28.

From an average of 330 million most probable number for every 100 milliliters of water, the DENR recorded the coliform content of the following outfalls: 7.9 million mpn from the Salas outfall at the Pedro Gil area, 35 million mpn from the Remedios outfall and 92 million mpn at the Estero de Abad outfall near the Manila Yacht Club, Rigor said yesterday.

The Manila Bay inter-agency council aims to make this portion of Manila Bay fit for swimming and other forms of water recreation by reducing the coliform level to 100 mpn per 100 milliliters.

Meanwhile, Año said the council can still recommend if a reclamation project in Manila Bay can be approved despite the Philippine Reclamation Authority’s transfer from the DENR to the Office of the President.

Around 10 reclamation projects in the bay area would be reviewed, Año told reporters on the sidelines of the meeting.

He did not identify the projects, but earlier reports said around 26,230 hectares of Manila Bay could undergo reclamaiton.

Año said the council would check if the projects comply with the Solid Waste Management Act, the Clean Water Law and the Philippine Fisheries Code.

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bawal ang absent kelangan me excuse letter :lol: :lol: :lol:

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bawal ang absent kelangan me excuse letter :lol: :lol: :lol:


Langyang mga mayors na yan...
Dapat andun sila sa meeting so they can commit to fully support the clean-up...

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 10:21 am 
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JABEZJ wrote:
The.Equalizer wrote:
bawal ang absent kelangan me excuse letter :lol: :lol: :lol:


Langyang mga mayors na yan...
Dapat andun sila sa meeting so they can commit to fully support the clean-up...



hihihihihihih mahirap magpa-relocate ng mga squatters lalo na umpisa na ng campaign period :lol: :lol: :lol:


matatalinong matsing lang ang mga mayors na yan..................kasi nakarehistro pa sa mga siyudad nila ang mga iskwater na yan, pag pinaalis at giniba ang mga shanties nila na nasa gilid ng Pasig at esteros, babalik yan para bumoto sa Mayo, pero ang iboboto yung kalaban ng Mayor na nagpagiba ng mga bahay nila :bounce1:


ewan ko nga ba dito ke PDutz tsk.....matagal na naman pulitiko pero tila ayaw manuyo ng botante hihihihihih....kaya inis na inis sa kanya lahat ng elemento ng pulitika na hindi niya kaalyado e....mayron siya talaga "teflon" quality...........hindi tinatablan ng usual na political events and influences.......sinasabi ang gusto sabihin without any lasting effect on his popularity :lol: :lol: :lol:



..............kaya naman kung Delawang uto-uto ako e talaga namang maiimbyerna ako ng todo ke Digong wahahahaha :celebrate:

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The.Equalizer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
The.Equalizer wrote:
bawal ang absent kelangan me excuse letter :lol: :lol: :lol:


Langyang mga mayors na yan...
Dapat andun sila sa meeting so they can commit to fully support the clean-up...



hihihihihihih mahirap magpa-relocate ng mga squatters lalo na umpisa na ng campaign period :lol: :lol: :lol:


matatalinong matsing lang ang mga mayors na yan..................kasi nakarehistro pa sa mga siyudad nila ang mga iskwater na yan, pag pinaalis at giniba ang mga shanties nila na nasa gilid ng Pasig at esteros, babalik yan para bumoto sa Mayo, pero ang iboboto yung kalaban ng Mayor na nagpagiba ng mga bahay nila :bounce1:


ewan ko nga ba dito ke PDutz tsk.....matagal na naman pulitiko pero tila ayaw manuyo ng botante hihihihihih....kaya inis na inis sa kanya lahat ng elemento ng pulitika na hindi niya kaalyado e....mayron siya talaga "teflon" quality...........hindi tinatablan ng usual na political events and influences.......sinasabi ang gusto sabihin without any lasting effect on his popularity :lol: :lol: :lol:



..............kaya naman kung Delawang uto-uto ako e talaga namang maiimbyerna ako ng todo ke Digong wahahahaha :celebrate:


Mag commit lang naman sa clean-up..
Pwede naman nila ayawan ang relocation..
Kawawa din ang mga yan kung ilipat sa maayos na tirahan...

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JABEZJ wrote:
Main purpose ng clean-up is to reclaim Manila Bay... :shock:


exactly!.... anti poor nga talaga to :(

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The.Equalizer wrote:
JABEZJ wrote:
The.Equalizer wrote:
bawal ang absent kelangan me excuse letter :lol: :lol: :lol:


Langyang mga mayors na yan...
Dapat andun sila sa meeting so they can commit to fully support the clean-up...



hihihihihihih mahirap magpa-relocate ng mga squatters lalo na umpisa na ng campaign period :lol: :lol: :lol:


matatalinong matsing lang ang mga mayors na yan..................kasi nakarehistro pa sa mga siyudad nila ang mga iskwater na yan, pag pinaalis at giniba ang mga shanties nila na nasa gilid ng Pasig at esteros, babalik yan para bumoto sa Mayo, pero ang iboboto yung kalaban ng Mayor na nagpagiba ng mga bahay nila :bounce1:


ewan ko nga ba dito ke PDutz tsk.....matagal na naman pulitiko pero tila ayaw manuyo ng botante hihihihihih....kaya inis na inis sa kanya lahat ng elemento ng pulitika na hindi niya kaalyado e....mayron siya talaga "teflon" quality...........hindi tinatablan ng usual na political events and influences.......sinasabi ang gusto sabihin without any lasting effect on his popularity :lol: :lol: :lol:



..............kaya naman kung Delawang uto-uto ako e talaga namang maiimbyerna ako ng todo ke Digong wahahahaha :celebrate:

JABEZJ wrote:
Mag commit lang naman sa clean-up..
Pwede naman nila ayawan ang relocation..
Kawawa din ang mga yan kung ilipat sa maayos na tirahan...

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:16 pm 
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Wala din naman nangyayari diyan sa cleanup. May burak pa din sa ilalim ng manila bay. Nakakagawa pa nga ng langaw threads eh. :?





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